Marshall Homes & Real Estate

See today's Marshall homes for sale & Marshall real estate listings below. An unincorporated part of Marin County, Marshall, CA is a quiet community that lies along the northeast shore of Tomales Bay. Because of its secluded location almost directly in between the city of Tomales and the city of Point Reyes Station, and because of its calm rural landscape, life in Marshall generally revolves around fishing, especially when it comes to oysters and clams. In fact, it’s been said that about half of California’s shellfish growers lease space on the floor of Tomales Bay, signifying the importance of the fishing industry in small Marin County towns along the bay front just like Marshall and several others. For information about Marshall neighborhood properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Marin County real estate experts today.

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Homes for Sale in Marshall, California

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MARSHALL, CA REAL ESTATE AT A GLANCE

For outdoor enthusiasts looking for a quiet place to live, the short drive to both the Point Reyes National Seashore wildlife area and the Tomales Bay State Park, which is located directly across the bay, certainly make homes for sale in Marshall a viable option, if you’re lucky enough to find something available on the market that is. With a population of just a few hundred people, there certainly won’t be a lot of real estate opportunities available in town. But with that said, homes in Marshall are usually quite large and even more desirable, offering plenty of living and open outdoor space to fully enjoy the stunning natural landscape that surrounds this tranquil northern California location. And although not terribly common, interested home buyers considering a move to the Marshall area might also find an opportunity here or there at vacant land or a homesite on the market, which of course is perfect for anybody who prefers new construction and wants to truly build their dream home from the ground up. In general, look for waterfront homes in Marshall to be priced right around $1 million, while larger homes further inland with lots of open land can list anywhere from $2 to $4 million, mostly because of all the extra space that comes with the property in addition to a great home. 

LIVING IN MARSHALL, CA

Today’s Marshall is slightly different than its early days. Back then, Marshall was known much more for its dairy farming than anything else, but even today you’ll still find a couple dairy farms in town that often have a few cows that seemingly roam the hillsides aimlessly. And although the community doesn’t actually have a traditional “downtown,” there’s still a boat launch here for locals to use and even a small little ghost village that was once the home the Jensen’s Oyster Co., which is now owned by the National Park Service.

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Current Homes for Sale
Southern Marin
City # Price Range
Belvedere 16 $3.0m - $29.5m
Mill Valley 61 $549k - $6.6m
Sausalito 33 $500k - $5.9m
Tiburon 35 $675k - $17.8m
Central & North Marin
City # Price Range
Corte Madera 17 $770k - $27.5m
Fairfax 8 $685k - $4.5m
Greenbrae 8 $579k - $2.4m
Kentfield 8 $995k - $5.5m
Larkspur 12 $479k - $3.8m
Novato 78 $345k - $3.2m
Ross 8 $3.7m - $43.0m
San Anselmo 16 $979k - $6.0m
San Rafael 79 $95k - $6.0m
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